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Updated: Stream the entire Marylou Williams Cyber Symposium video here!

Congratulations to the Class of 2017! Graduates of the BA, MA, and PhD programs gathered together with faculty, staff, and family members for a meal and recognition ceremony for our artist/scholars and the milestones they have achieved.

Video of the Memorial Service for John Goldsmith in now available. Click this link to see the service in its entirety, recorded live at Heinz Memorial Chapel on Friday, February 24, 2017.

The Diamante Trio, comprising Pitt instrumental instructors Mary Beth Malek (clarinet) and Paula Tuttle (cello) along with violinist Devin Arrington, will present a program titled Music of Spain and South America at Pitt Greensburg's Campana Chapel on February 15th at 4 p.m. The concert is part of Pitt's Year of Diversity and features music by Ginastera, Piazzola, Albinez, Vill

Click this link to see the service in its entirety, recorded live at Heinz Memorial Chapel on Friday, February 24, 2017.

Shalini Ayyagari has received a Senior Research Fellowship from the American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS) for her project, "Small Voices Sing Big Songs: A Transmedia Documentary Film Project." The AIIS Senior Research Fellowship is a  competitive and prestigious award for senior scholars conducting research in South Asia, allow

Congratulations to Amy Williams, who has been awarded a commission from the Koussevitsky Foundation to create a new work for soprano Tony Arnold and JACK Quartet.

Mathew Rosenblum was a featured composer and lecturer at the fifth annual China-ASEAN Music Week in Nanning. Sponsored by Guangxi Arts University, the festival brought together composers and performers from South East Asia, Europe and the US for 21 concerts and 5 cultural exchange sessions.

Pittsubrgh Tribune Review classical music critic Mark Kanny highlighted the University of Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's 40th Anniversary Season in the most recent A&E update. Kanny noted that,

Eric Moe is one of 25 artists from around the world selected for the Lucas Artists Residency Program at Montalvo Arts Center. The distinguished group includes artists working in a range of musical genres, from new music to jazz, improvisation to television theme music.

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